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Customers are "spoiled for choice" when buying a new car.
Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary
▪ (chiefly Brit) Customers are spoiled for choice [=customers have a lot of choices] when buying a new car.
Does this sentence imply that the volume of choices is confusing to customers?
Re: Customers are "spoiled for choice" when buying a new car.
No, it means that the customers have so much choice that they are being overindulged (spoiled).
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